Luckily, shops are in a great position to boost every aspect of their business by using the best products in the market today: original equipment (OE) parts.
“The CollisionLink parts ordering and fulfillment system will allow Kia’s dealer network to access competitive pricing on eligible OE parts and expand their market penetration in the United States,” OEC said in a news release.
OE parts dealers and their collision shop customers can now use a single streamlined workflow for electronic parts ordering.
Powered exclusively through CollisionLink, the Infiniti Market Shield parts marketing program will allow Canadian Infiniti retailers access to competitive pricing on eligible OE parts against non-OE parts.
Through a parts marketing program powered exclusively through CollisionLink, 165 Canadian Mazda dealers will now be able to offer competitive pricing on eligible OE parts against non-OE parts.
Subaru and its dealer network will now have the ability to offer competitive pricing on eligible OE parts against aftermarket parts to drive sales.
Volvo Cars joins 17 other automotive OEM dealer networks in the U.S. and Canada utilizing CollisionLink to facilitate its parts ordering workflow and manage a nationwide parts marketing program.